Welcome to Silicon Valley. Thousand of entrepreneurs come here every year to seek funding for their startups. But can you imagine that 60 years ago there was no such thing in Silicon Valley and this culture didn’t exist? Today we are going to talk about how this culture evolved in Silicon Valley. Stanford itself is the largest property owner in Silicon Valley. It’s just not one of the best universities it owns its land. Lots of tech companies lease Stanford land to build their offices and there are a lot of residential buildings as well as Silicon Valley organizations. Stanford doesn’t keep money only its accounts, it reinvests its money into startups and if you take several huge venture capital forms here is Silicon Valley. A lot of Silicon money is reinvested in tech companies. Stanford is truly an entrepreneurial University its graduate has founded more than 18000 companies, their revenue of those companies is approximately 2.27T a year and they have created 5.5M jobs. If Standford was a country it would be the 7th largest economy in the world. And there are 30B years who have graduated from Standford and currently living. Auto-response roughly to the geographical center valley. All the boundaries have increased in recent decades. San Jose is the Valley’s largest city. Silicon Valley was born with three several contributing factors including a STEM resource-based house and air universities, plantable venture capital, and the study US department of defense spending.